From the category archives: Investing


Investing in rental real estate

It has been said that the thing you know best you do best. The majority of Americans know how to evaluate rental properties, particularly residential housing. 

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Long-range investing goals

Goal setting is a chief prerequisite to effective investing. As people consider what to do with their money, they need to think about where they want to end up financially. 

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Make Sure Your Decision-Making Is Inside-Out

One of the more contra-intuitive propositions that I regularly put forth in my newsletter is the idea that one's investing decisions can usually be made with little regard for what's currently going on in the investment markets.

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20 Major Advantages of Investing in Mutual Funds

Mutual funds offer many benefits that can make your investing program easier and safer. Here are 20 of their major advantages.

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Why invest?

God is the perfect partner in any investment program. It is He who supplies all the seed to be planted. We plant it; He multiplies it.

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Investing in mutual funds

There have never been more stock and bond investment opportunities or information sources available than at the present, but deciding which stocks or bonds to buy has never been more difficult. 

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U.S. Savings Bonds

Savings bonds are loans to the government for a predetermined period of time (generally seven years or longer). They were designed primarily to help fund the U.S. war effort in World War II and were originally called war bonds. 

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Best and worst investment options

It is important to realize that investing is not an exact science. Even though some seem to make money in whatever they invest, others seem to lose whenever they invest in anything.

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Picking the Right Stock-to-Bond Mix

What determines the performance of your investment portfolio more than any other single factor? Most investors think it's picking good stocks and stock funds. 

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Investing in IRAs

Social Security has traditionally been regarded as the first of the three-legged stool upon which retirement income rests. Historically, Social Security has provided less than half of retirees' monthly income. 

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